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<ul><li><p>1 | P a g e </p><p>OpenEdge Credit Card Module </p><p>User Manual </p><p>How to access the Credit Card module </p><p>Unless you have decided to continue using the old Credit Card module (Fortis or VeriFone) during a transition </p><p>period (the time to finish processing active contract payments), the button allowing you to access it at the Front </p><p>Desk screen will no longer be there: </p><p>You access the Credit Card module by clicking on the C Credit Card Module button located in the menu bar of </p><p>the Platinums Front Desk screen beside the EHR button: </p><p>Credit Card module menu </p><p>Payment Schedule To add, terminate and manage payment </p><p>schedule, consult statistics on </p><p>processed/unprocessed contract payments and </p><p>get the scheduled/processed payments list. </p><p>Credit Card on File To add/remove credit cards to the patient </p><p>account, select a default credit card for recurring </p><p>and regular payments, and set a credit card </p><p>expiration reminder date. </p><p>Sale/Refund To make a regular credit card payment or a </p><p>refund. Product purchased can be added with </p><p>the payment. </p><p>Void To void one or multiple selected credit card </p><p>payment transactions that have been processed </p><p>today. Next days, you must cancel with a </p><p>Refund. </p><p>Process Recurring </p><p>payments </p><p>To process recurring payments on or after the </p><p>scheduled payment date. </p><p>Reports To generate reports for the new and old Credit </p><p>Card module. </p><p>Exit To quit the Credit Card module. </p><p>The blue buttons are related to the patient selected at the Front Desk and the green buttons to the clinic. </p><p>IMPORTANT </p><p>You cant use TRX and OpenEdge at the same time. TRX </p><p>must be disabled in order to use OpenEdge. </p></li><li><p>2 | P a g e </p><p>How to Create Payment schedule for recurring/contract payments </p><p>Do not forget that for each current patient, a new credit card payment schedule with remaining contract </p><p>payments must be entered in the OpenEdge Credit Card module at the time of its installation. The new schedule </p><p>will be activated when the patients credit card will be read by the Ingenico iPP320 Terminal at the patients next </p><p>visit. So you do not need to have the patient in front of you to enter any new payment schedule. We suggest </p><p>adding a STOP for the next visit in order to ask the patient to provide his credit card. </p><p>1. Select the Patient File at the Platinums Front Desk screen (P Search) </p><p>2. Select C Credit Card Module </p><p>3. Click on Payment Schedule </p><p>4. The patient name and address will be displayed in section Patient Info (see A in figure 1 above) </p><p>5. In section Create Payment Schedule (see B in figure 1 above), enter the Number of recurring </p><p>payments. Note that the button Save Payment Schedule turns red when you start the data entry to </p><p>remind you to not forget to save your payment schedule once completed. </p><p>6. Enter the Installment Amount. </p><p>Figure 1 </p><p>D </p><p>A </p><p>B </p><p>C </p></li><li><p>3 | P a g e </p><p>7. Enter the Processing Day(s). E.g. if you want to process contract payments each month on the 5th and </p><p>the 15th</p><p>, you will enter 5 and 15 in the first and second box respectively. </p><p>8. Click on Save Payment Schedule. </p><p>9. You can check on the option Save these Processing Days as default settings for the clinic if you want to </p><p>process recurring payments on these days for the majority of your patients. These days will be </p><p>suggested by default when you create a new payment schedule. </p><p>10. You can enter internal Note related to the Payment Schedule. </p><p>11. The section Default Credit Card (see C in figure 1 above) shows the credit card that is actually </p><p>associated to the payment schedule. You can replace this card at any time without having to re-enter </p><p>the whole payment schedule. You can associate a card later if no card yet on file. </p><p>List of scheduled payments (see D in figure 1 above) </p><p>The list shows all scheduled payments (date and amount) and the Processed On date with the result of the </p><p>transaction (Approved or Declined). </p><p>Payment Schedule management </p><p> You can place On HOLD a payment schedule. Payments due may be made later. </p><p> You can change a scheduled payment date by clicking on the Date and then entering the date. </p><p> To not process a payment, you can unselect it in the To Process column. </p><p> When all scheduled payments have been processed, the payment schedule is automatically completed </p><p>and removed. </p><p> You can terminate a payment schedule at any time. When you click on Terminate, the payment </p><p>schedule is removed. </p></li><li><p>4 | P a g e </p><p>Credit Card on File </p><p>Add a credit card on file Important. If the patient has a chip/smart card, they must swipe the card. The terminal must read the stripe. </p><p>You can keep on file one or several credit cards for each patient so as to not need to obtain the patients credit </p><p>card to perform a payment transaction. </p><p>1. Select the Patient File at the Front Desk screen (P Search) </p><p>2. Select C Credit Card Module </p><p>3. Click on Credit Card on File </p><p>4. Click on Add </p><p>5. When the message WAITING FOR CARD SWIPE shows, insert the chip card in the smart card reader of </p><p>your EMV Terminal or swipe the credit card in the magnetic card reader embedded in the EMV Terminal </p><p>6. Click on OK button when the processing result shows up </p><p>Only the credit card Type (Visa, Master Card, </p><p>etc.) and Last 4 digits are saved in Platinum. </p><p>The credit card detail is sent to OpenEdge as </p><p>soon as the card is read by the Terminal. </p></li><li><p>5 | P a g e </p><p>Remove a credit card on file </p><p>You can remove a credit card on file at any time by selecting the card and clicking on Remove. </p><p>Select a default credit card </p><p>You can select a default card to use for all credit cards payments (regular and recurring) by checking the box </p><p>Default. Unless you choose another card when making the payment, the default card will be automatically used. </p><p>Expiration date reminder </p><p>The expiry date of the credit card is automatically transferred in the Reminder date field. </p><p>Process a Sale or a Refund </p><p>One-time payments (Sale) are processed when the patient is at the Front Desk. So they are not pre-authorized </p><p>(recurring) credit card payments. To make the payment, you can insert the credit card in the Ingenico iPP320 </p><p>Terminal or use one of the card you have on file. The one-time payments can be added using the default </p><p>REGULAR payment service or another pre-selected payment service [The credit card payment services that can </p><p>be used to process a credit card payment transaction are selected in the service list (right click on = Add Trans). </p><p>They are identified by an X in the Ccp column]. </p><p>The transactions for the purchase of products can be entered at the Front Desk screen before the payment </p><p>(using = Add Trans) or in the Credit Card module at the same time as the payment. </p><p>Process a sale or a refund </p><p>1. Select the Patient File at the front Desk screen (P Search) </p><p>2. Select C Credit Card Module </p><p>3. Click on Sale / Refund </p><p>4. The cursor will be located in the field where you enter the payment amount (green box see A in the </p><p>figure 2 below) </p></li><li><p>6 | P a g e </p><p>Process payment with </p><p>the default card on file </p><p>1. Enter the payment amount in field Total (green box) (see A in figure 2 above). 2. Press ENTER two times or Click on Make Sale (see B in figure 2 above). 3. Click on OK button when the Result of the transaction shows up in PS. 4. The receipt appears on the screen. </p><p>Process payment with </p><p>another card on file </p><p>1. Enter the payment amount in field Total (green box) (see A in figure 2 above). 2. Click on Use credit card on file (see C in figure 2 above). 3. Check the box Use associated to the card you want to use. 4. Click Exit. 5. Click on Make Sale (see B in figure 2 above). 6. Click on OK button when the Result of the transaction shows up in PS. 7. The receipt appears on the screen. </p><p>Process payment with </p><p>card present </p><p>1. Enter the payment amount in field Total (green box) (see A in figure 2 above). 2. Click on Make Sale (see B in figure 2 above). 3. When the message Transaction in progress. Please wait shows, insert, tap or </p><p>swipe the credit card. </p><p>4. Click on OK button when the Result of the transaction shows up in PS. 5. The receipt appears on the screen if enabled. </p><p>Figure 2 </p><p>A </p><p>B C </p><p>D </p><p>E F </p><p>G </p><p>H </p><p>I </p></li><li><p>7 | P a g e </p><p>Keyed-In the Sale You can keyed-in the card number so not to use the terminal. See below procedure. </p><p>Process payment with </p><p>a debit card </p><p>1. Enter the payment amount in field Total (green box) (see A in figure 2 above). 2. Click on Make Sale (see I in figure 2 above). 3. When the message Transaction in progress. Please wait shows, tap or swipe the </p><p>credit card. </p><p>4. Keyed-in the PIN on the Terminal keypad when requested on the Terminal console. 5. Press the green button on the Terminal keypad to accept. 6. Click on OK button when the Result of the transaction shows up in PS. 7. The receipt appears on the screen if enabled. </p><p>Change payment </p><p>service </p><p>Use the drop down arrow of the Service Name box to select another service (see D in </p><p>figure 2 above). </p><p>Do a refund on credit </p><p>card </p><p>Proceed in the same way as for a payment but click on Refund instead of Make Sale </p><p>(see E in figure 2 above). Do not enter negative amount in Total. </p><p>Do a refund on debit </p><p>card </p><p>Proceed in the same way as for a payment but click on Debit Refund instead of Make </p><p>Sale (see I in figure 2 above). Do not enter negative amount in Total. </p><p>Keep credit card on file If the patient presents you with a new card and you want to keep it on file, check Keep </p><p>credit card on file (see F in figure 2 above) before clicking on Make Sale. </p><p>Print receipt Platinum can generate merchant and customer receipts. When the options are selected </p><p>(see G in figure 2 above), they remain selected for all patients. See section Sale receipt. </p><p>Payment Results </p><p>Credit card payment transaction can be approved or declined: </p><p> If the payment is approved, the following message box will display and you will return to the Front Desk </p><p>screen clicking on OK. </p><p> If the payment is declined, refused or in error, a message box similar to the one below will display and </p><p>you will stay in the Credit Card Sale form. You can then use another credit card or Exit the form to take a </p><p>payment in cash or by check. </p><p> No transaction is added to the transactions ledger when the credit card payment is declined/refused/in error. </p></li><li><p>8 | P a g e </p><p>Same credit card used for consecutive transactions </p><p>If the same credit card is used for consecutive transactions, OpenEdge will obligate you to validate the </p><p>transaction. Just click on Yes to approve the transaction. </p><p>Add product transactions with the payment </p><p>The transactions for the purchase of products can be entered before in Platinum (= Add Trans) or in the EMV </p><p>Credit Card module at the same time as the payment. </p><p>Before you process the credit card payment (Make Sale), you can add up to 5 product transactions. </p><p>1. Select the Product Name (see B in figure 4 above). Only items identified as a product in the service list </p><p>will display when you click on the drop down arrow [The products are identified by an X in the Product </p><p>column in the services list (at the Front Desk screen, right click on = Add Trans)] </p><p>2. Enter the quantity sold (see A in figure 4 above) </p><p>3. The payment amount (Total) will show the total amount of the sale (see A in figure 5 below). You can </p><p>change the amount if needed. </p><p>4. Process the sale as usual (see section Process a sale or a refund) </p><p>B A </p><p>A Figure 5 </p><p>Figure 4 </p></li><li><p>9 | P a g e </p><p>Keyed-In </p><p>You can process a sale even if you do not have the credit card on file or in hand. It is useful when the patient </p><p>calls to make a payment or get insurance payment with a </p><p>virtual credit card. </p><p> 1. Enter the payment amount in field Total (green box) </p><p>(see A in figure 2 above). </p><p>2. Click on Keyed-In Sale (see H in figure 2 above). </p><p>3. The KEYED-IN Sale form opens up (see figures 3a and 3b to the right). </p><p>4. Type the Card Number. </p><p>5. Select the Expiry Date. </p><p>6. Type the CVV number. </p><p>7. Complete the Customer Information if needed. </p><p>8. VERY IMPORTANT. You must scroll down to the bottom of the KEYED-IN Sale form to click </p><p>on Make payment to save the sale. </p><p>9. Click on Exit button when the Transaction Result shows up. </p><p>10. The receipt appears on the screen. </p><p>Hint: </p><p>Insurance payment with a Virtual Credit Card </p><p>You can process an insurance payment with a </p><p>Virtual Credit Card payment. The payment must </p><p>be processed in the file that was created for the </p><p>insurance company. Since you will eventually </p><p>post the payment in each patient account </p><p>according to the EOB, do not forget to revert it </p><p>with a negative payment. </p><p>We suggest to use a specific payment service which could be called VIRTUAL CC. You create it in the services list </p><p>(right click on = Add Trans.). </p><p>Figure 3a </p><p>Figure 3b </p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p></li><li><p>10 | P a g e </p><p>Add product transactions with the payment </p><p>The transactions for the purchase of products can be entered before in Platinum (= Add Trans) or in the EMV </p><p>Credit Card module at the same time as the payment. </p><p>Before you process the credit card payment (Make Sale), you can add up to 5 product transactions. </p><p>5. Select the Product Name (see B in figure 4 above). Only items identified as a product in the service list </p><p>will display when you click on the drop down arrow [The products are identified by an X in the Product </p><p>column in the services list (at the Front Desk screen, right click on = Add Trans)] </p><p>6. Enter the quantity sold (see A in figure 4 above) </p><p>7. The payment amount (Total) will show the total amount of the sale (see A in figure 5 below). You can </p><p>change the amount if needed. </p><p>8. Process the sale as usual (see section Process a sale or a refund) </p><p>B A </p><p>A Figure 5 </p><p>Figure 4 </p></li><li><p>11 | P a g e </p><p>Void credit card payments </p><p>You can void one or multiple credit card payment transactions that have been processed today. Debit </p><p>transactions cannot be voided. If you need to reimburse the patient, you need to do a Refund Debit. See I in </p><p>figure 2 above. </p><p>1. Tick the Select box of each payment you want to void (see A in figure 6 above) </p><p>2. Click on Void Payments (see B in figure 6 above) </p><p>3. Click on YES to confirm that you want to void the payment </p><p>4. Click OK when the Voiding Transaction result message box is displayed </p><p>5. Click Exit (see C in figure 6 above) </p><p>6. A negative transaction will be added in the transactions ledger to cancel the initial transaction </p><p>A </p><p>B C </p><p>Figure 6 </p></li><li><p>12 | P a g e </p><p>Process Recurring payments </p><p>The recurring payments are not automatically processed. You must start the Process. The Recurring Payments </p><p>Processing list shows all unprocessed payments whose Payment Date is today or before. </p><p>Payment Schedule on Hold (red) The payments will not be processed until you remove the HOLD </p><p>status in the patients Payment Schedule. Once the HOLD status is </p><p>removed, all scheduled payments that have not yet been </p><p>processed will display and may be made. </p><p>Unselected scheduled payment (blue) The scheduled payments that have been unselected in the </p><p>patients Payment Schedule will not be processed unless you tick </p><p>the To Process (see B in figure 7 above) box in the Scheduled </p><p>Payments Processing list or select the payment in the patients </p><p>Payment Sc...</p></li></ul>